Film

Violence Voyager
FILM

Violence Voyager

バイオレンス・ボイジャー (Baiorensu Boija)

Friday, July 20, 2018

Violence Voyager © YOSHIMOTO KOGYO

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U.S. Premiere


An American boy named Bobby and his friend Akkun set out for the mountains to build a secret hideout. On their way, they stumble upon a mysterious amusement park called Violence Voyager. It doesn’t take long for things to get weird as the boys discover a group of scared children who can’t seem to escape and soon find themselves under attack by robot-like humanoids. For his three years in the making follow-up to The Burning Buddha Man (2013) director Ujicha again employs a blend of animation and manga called “geki-mation,” creating grotesque body horror nightmare imagery from painstakingly detailed, hand-painted paper cutouts. Chock-full of B-horror, sci-fi and kaiju film references, this blood-soaked late-night flick is not for the kiddies.

2018. 84 min. DCP, in Japanese with English subtitles. Directed by Ujicha. With Aoi Yuki, Naoki Tanaka, Shigeo Takahashi, Tomorowo Taguchi.

Special Jury Prize, 2018 Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema

18+ This film is unrated, but is not recommended for persons younger than 18 years of age due to disturbing content.

Part of JAPAN CUTS 2018

Tickets: $15/$12 seniors & students/$10 Japan Society members

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